I think this is my first post here, although I've often landed here when researching various audio/video information.
So, I've never really had a full-fledged theater setup for any length of time due to moving around so much over the years, but at one point about 14 years ago, I purchased the Micro 90 set after a side by side comparison with a ton of other speakers. They pretty much turned into my main 2.1 music speakers and they have performed amazingly all this time. All I've ever used is the sub and the two mains.
Now, my wife and I are a couple of years into our new house and we have high hopes of making the finished basement awesome.
Although, not ideal, the basement came wired for 7.1 with four rear ceiling speakers. So, my initial goal to get up and running is to find a good set of mains (bookshelf), center, and sub to use in conjunction with the rear ceiling speakers. For what it's worth, it's a big room. "How big is it!" Not sure, but I can measure.
My point of reference of incredible sound is my Micro 90 speakers. I'm curious to get some input on where these fall in the mix of all these other popular models I'm reading about here. I see them on Ebay for fairly cheap and it makes me think I should get more of them, but I'm coming to you guys for reasons why I should consider other Boston models. Thanks for any advice!